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: a country reeling from a recession? you'd never know it by the looks of loudoun county, the richest county in the nation according to 2010 census data analyzed by main street.com. >> well, when the world comes, they don't land in washington, d.c., they land in loudoun county. >> reporter: loudoun county chairman scott york says nearby dulles airport and a mix of stellar schools, government agencies not to mention a booming high-tech community make loudoun county an enticing place to live and work. >> loudoun county actually has over 50% of the world's internet traffic coming through this jurisdiction. >> reporter: how big are the bragging rights in loudoun county? the average household income is nearly $120,000. from 2009 to 2010, the national average household income decreased more than 2%. however, here in loudoun county that's still $70,000 more than the national average. >> it's a massive difference. i can't believe how far money will go in other parts of the country. >> reporter: how do you think loudoun county has stacked up with other counties across the country during the recession
out our region dominates a list of the richest counties in the country. with loudoun county in number one. erica gonzalez reports. >> reporter: a country reeling from a recession? you'd never know it by the looks of loudoun county, the richest county in the nation according to 2010 census data analyzed by mainstreet.com. why is that not hard to believe that loudoun county is the richest county in the country? >> look at the homes, beautiful, huge. >> reporter: how big are the bragging rights in loudoun county? the average household income is nearly $120,000. from 2009 to 2010, the national average household income decreased more than 2%. however, here in loudoun county that's still $70,000 more than the national average. loudoun county chairman scott york says nearby dulles international airport and a mix of stellar schools, government agencies not to mention a booming high-tech community make loudoun county an enticing place to live and work. >> loudoun count y actually has over 50% of the world's internet traffic coming through this jurisdiction. >> in other parts of the country whe
with that shocking dash cam video you just saw from loudoun county. i'm brian bolter. >> a virginia sheriff deputy is accused of using unnecessary force and now a local man filed a lawsuit claiming he is still suffering from his injuries. fox 5's will thomas is here to start us off. >> if you are standing there, hands up in the air doing what you're told, should you be tackled to the ground full force by law enforcement? a lot of it is often left up to interpretation. who is more credible? were there any witnesses? in this case, there is video and now a lawsuit. >> carlos garcia, a sterling, virginia, father of five with twins. a butcher. the night of his wife's birthday party at a loudoun county shopping plaza back in '09. he left looking like this. battered and according to his lawyer, garcia may have a permanent brain injury. >> he has loss of memory issues big time and he has a very severe headache, big time. >> how garcia was hurt all caught on tape. dash cam video from a loudoun county sheriff deputy recorded it. deputy terri daniel drove into
to be patient. the investigation could take several weeks. >>> another big story we're following. a loudoun county sheriff deputy accused of going too far on a call. a local man is suing saying he was roughed up saying he may have permanent brain damage and the incident caught on camera. a closer look. will. >> let me set the scene. at a loudoun county shopping plaza celebrating his wife's birthday. piled into a taxi afterwards and an argument with the driver broke out and thing got out of hand. a sheriff deputy rolls up his backup and dash cam records what happened next. garcia is a father of five with twins, a butcher. he is seen standing next to an officer with his hands in the air. he was calm and was doing what he was told, then deputy terri daniel runs out of his car and tackles garcia. his head slams to the ground. take a look at his mug shot from that november night back in 2009. garcia was battered. he is accused of assault from the earlier argument and pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge. now garcia is saying there was no use of excessive force. >> carlos garcia did exactly what
. -- vera active weather pattern today. it'sthere will be shower is in loudoun county and crossing the potomac. there's a wind advisory with gusts of 55 miles an hour and a high wind warning. thunderstorms possible today. 72 degrees for the high temperature on this friday. >> a happy day on 70 and 270. nothing to report on 81. looks good in and out of baltimore. 270 at shady grove road in this picture. headlights are southbound. >> in maryland, one step closer to joining seven other states and washington in allowing same- sex marriage. >> the senate approved a measure last night that's headed for the governor's desk. brianne carter has more. >> an outburst of emotion in annapolis after the state senate narrowly approved a measure legalizing same-sex marriage. this comes less than a week after the close approved the measure. governor o'malley has already said he would sign it into law. >> my friends went to mary elsewhere. >> we wanted to marry where we live. >> maryland will become a eighth state to allow same-sex marriage, the first on the east coast below the mason-dixon line. >>
with just a couple of clouds out there. indicating one lone some shower there in loudoun county. i don't think anything is touching the ground. we should clear out quickly and have i nice nice in about a half hour. 33 in washington. 39 in hagerstown. 41 no new "shen city. 38 in fredericksburg. forecast for today, if you like sunshine and temperatures in the mid others in the middle of february, you are going to love today's forecast. 54degrees your daytime high in washington. it will be a little breezy at times here with winds out of the north and west to do 15 to 15 miles per hour. bring along a jacket. it will probably feel cooler than these daytime highs. >> i think tucker's coal medicine has kicked in. he seems brighter. your voice is better. >> we have ask the weather guy coming up. great question about winter will we ever see any. >> didn't we have this. >> we did. but periodically we revisit it because the kids want to be off of school. >> the teachers like a break as well. >> no break for julie wright. >> busy this morning. >> we have some delays and that is what we're dealing
leesburg and loudoun county 45 degrees. manassas cosming in at 46. my friends in warrenton in faucier county at 41 degrees. storm 4 radar nothing to show right now as far as the rain is concerned. even when we widen out there is not a whole lot going on across most of the country except for the south. we do have an area of high pressure that is going to be dominating right on through the night tonight. nice weather today. nice weather tomorrow. and then we'll start to see some winter-like changes move on in. there is an area of low pressure very weak that's going to move a cold front through the area. that cold front could bring in enough cold air that with our next storm system we could see a little bit of snow break out on the northern side of the system. most of us will see the rain but i do think we could see chilly air move in on wednesday. that could lead to some snow. let's talk about it and take you through our future weather forecast here. this is wednesday around 12:30. notice we are starting to see at least the chances for some snow. once again well to the north and west of
counties in pink just west of the i-95 corridor including northern fauquier, loudoun, into maryland, gusts to 60 miles per hour later today. that will be during the afternoon and evening. and maybe even gusts to 40 to 50 miles per hour around the metro area. that would be late this afternoon into this evening. before then, temperatures climbing to near 70 degrees. this is your day planner. maybe some afternoon storms. danella, how's traffic? >>> good morning. i'm checking cameras along route 50 and travel speeds. you look really good as you make your way from annapolis and connect to the capital beltway. no issues to report. and travel speeds at davidsonville road heading westbound, 69 miles per hour. also westbound, if you're making your way into the city, you're at 57 miles per hour. not seeing any issues as you connect on to new york avenue. and if you're taking the rails, they're open now with no reported delays on the metro, marc, or the vre. joe, over to you. >> thank you. [ applause ] >>> a historic moment for same sex couples in maryland. the state senate voted in favor of the civi
paying jobs, the census bureau showed ten local counties are among the richest in the america. loudoun has median household income of $11,000. fairfax 103,000. howard county number 3. arlington number 5. stafford number 7, prince william 9 and montgomery number 12. calvert, st. marys and charles 13, 14 and 15, all had median household incomes above $87,000. the economic development director says it's no surprise southern maryland counties made the list. >> i think it's great. a lot of people may not know this but we have ranked highly for a number of years. >> he says more college educated residents and low unemployment rate help drive the ranking up. >> the unemployment rate is 5.4%. that is probably 4th or 5th best in the state. better than maryland as a whole. >> that leads to a this arriving retail economy. does that make them wealthy. >> i would not classify that we are in any stretch living high off the hog. >> to rank something based on the income does not take into account real cost of living issues. >> reporter: the guy who calculates the nationwide cost of living index says a
and the dulles airport on the loudoun /fairfax line and especially northwestward. we could see a wintry mix at the onset even around the beltway in the metro area. then it would quickly changed to wet snowflakes thereafter. it will be off and on in nature. not continuous contests scattered if, intermittent through the rest of the day and up until about dinnertime. we have the first batch moving through. we will probably have a short break after the first batch. then more off to our west. if that's all. what you see over west virginia, nothing else behind that. not muster moisture for this upper level disturbance to work with. limited accumulation today. if--not much moisture. about between a trace to an inch for the metro area possible. north west of town a special upper montgomery county around 900 feet you could see maybe one or two inches up there. farther to the northwest we could get two inches or so along some of the ridgetops. up to an inch around the beltway and metro area. frederick and northern loudoun county, 1 inch up to 1.5 inches especially along the ridgetops. then it melts a
the death of michael jackson. jim? >>> a sheriff's deputy from loudoun county appeared in court from a lawsuit stemming from a violent encounter while on duty. this is video put on youtube from the attorney for carlos garcia. it shows garcia standing with his hands in the air at a shopping mall in loudoun county in 2009. video then shows the deputy apparently hit garcia in the head. garcia sued deputy terry daniel in november saying the incident caused a brain injury. news4 spoke with a woman at daniel's house tonight saying he's trying to hire a lawyer and won't comment until he finds one. >>> tonight a police standoff in upper marlboro is over. police said it all started when a man threatened his neighbor with a shotgun. it happened on silver teal way. the man ran back into his house and four hours later finally surrendered to police. he will undergo a psychological evaluation. >>> in northern virginia, vdot is making it a top priority to make sure that a highway sign doesn't fall. right now engineers are trying to figure out how and why a 30-foot sign fell onto a truck. it happene
west. that ire getting light rain along 66. that's about to move into loudoun county and fair fax. a few sprinkles in washington and prince george's county, southern maryland and right near the bay. we'll have that second batch of some of that lighter rain moving back through the metro area in about an hour. we're chilly, in the 40s throughout most of the region. montgomery, fairfax, arlington county. upper 40s to near 50. so is the district of columbia. here's your day planner. sunrise at 7:14. perhaps a lingering sprinkle around 9:00. then sun back this afternoon. highs reaching mapd upper 50s. cold tonight. donella, how's traffic? >> breaking news on i-270 northbound. all of your lanes are still shut down at this time. if you're traveling on the inner loop of the beltway, connecting to i-270 northbound at the spur. you can see these cars are jammed. we had a serious accident involving three vehicles including a tractor-trailer. right now the crews are working but your delays are significant. if you're traveling the inner loop of the beltway and you want to get on i-270, if i we
into the mountains. the radar locally showing sprinkles in montgomery, into loudoun county and southern howard county. sprinkles in fairfax county, as well. lighter rain in the northern shenandoah valley and panhandle of west virginia. some approaching the metro area the next couple of hours. ahead of that, low to mid 40s much of the region except right in washington where it's near 50 as well as prince george's county, southern maryland, eastern shore. northern neck, mid to upper 50s. all these counties in pink under a high wind warning for later today. gusts to 60 miles per hour just to the west of the i-95 corridor. especially up in the higher ridges. we'll have temperatures climbing to near 60 by mid morning. near 70 by noontime. could get more thunderstorms late afternoon. those winds will really pick up tonight. here's your evening planner. winds gusting to 50 miles per hour. and temperatures down to near 50 by midnight. a look at the weekend and next week in ten minutes. danella, how's traffic? >>> really good traveling i-95 in virginia. not seeing any issues. light volume and no accidents to
virginia into loudoun county out of the northern shenandoah valley. there may be a few sprinkles in montgomery county, as well. elsewhere, the cloud cover breaking up. the fog should be breaking up mid morning. then sunshine, temperatures into the mid 50s this afternoon. here's your friday evening planner. clear and breezy, we'll be down to near 40 by midnight. i think we'll have a low impact from this storm on sunday. we'll look at that in detail in ten minutes. danella, how's traffic? >>> still following breaking news on the beltway. if you're taking the inner loop at connecticut avenue, all your lanes were shut down. now, you are able to pass your two left -- to pass. your two left lanes will get you by the accident. jammed at the accident and slow. you still have fire on the scene as well as police on the scene. the flashing lights are going to slow you down. please use caution. traveling on route 50, got to show you, volume's light heading westbound. eastbound, no problems in this area. are you facing a lot of fog. please slow down. travel speeds now at 66 miles per hour. i
not in it but north and west is. includes montgomery, howard, loudoun counties. i think really from montgomery, the up irpart of the county more so than the southern part of the county. we may see totals approach an inch toward frederickburg, the high peaks toward i-81. you may get 2 inches or more but this event will mainly be wet on the roads. perhaps a few slick spots after dark. let's go to monika samtani. some big problems early this morning. >>> the big story of the morning has definitely been here in northeast d.c. on the inbound side of new york avenue at florida avenue. serious early morning crash. you're looking at it live. a tractor-trailer and two vehicles involved. one went under the tractor- trailer. they're waiting to get that crane to pull that car out of there. the investigation is going to take a while as well. i subject go ahead and take bladensburg road or montana avenue to rhode island avenue as your alternate route. we're also going to take a live look from sky 9 here in the annandale area. it's a bit dark but this is braddock road. it is shut down inside the beltway between rave
, montgomery, and frederick counties, carroll counties in maryland, washington county. and in virginia, loudoun, northern fauquier, rappahannock, madison and green. the shenandoah valley and out of the panhandle of west virginia and western maryland. all because of this approaching storm. you can see the area in white, that is snow. and it is beginning to reach the ground in northern west virginia. and as well as parts of the shenandoah valley, there may be a few flurries reaching the ground. those areas in blue to the east of there, i don't see any of that reaching the ground. the radar is picking it up aloft. it's moving north and east. and throughout the morning hours, we'll probably maybe have a few flurries, otherwise a cloudy morning. it's cold. near freezing throughout fairfax county, arlington, montgomery, and prince george's counties now. and throughout much of the region. points far to the south and near the bay, above freezing there. here's the day planner. sunrise at 7:08. cloudy, maybe a few flurries. any accumulating snow probably won't number afternoon. could be moderate at times
prince william and fauquier and loudoun county getting a few light sprinkles. a few light sprinkles northern montgomery county into frederick and howard county. and farther to the west, the sprinkle activity is breaking up right now. temperatures are mild for this time of the year, this time of the day. it's february 1, for crying out loud. and it's feeling more like an april morning. we're in the mid 50s around the region. and we will hold steady through the morning hours. sunrise at 7:15. there's a small chance of a sprinkle mid morning. most of it should be done by then. and after that, we'll get some sunshine breaking out. yes, once again, soaring into the 60s this afternoon. nowhere near the record high, though, set on this date in 2002. it got to 77. it's not going to do that today. but we will get into the upper 60s during the afternoon with sunshine coming back. a look at the evening planner in ten minutes. here's a look at traffic. good morning, danella. >>> good morning. let's look at the trip along i-270. we'll look together. so far as you're making your way out of clarks
loudoun county along the ridges there, from near purcellville and across the border into west virginia, they are getting some light to moderate snow. farther to the south it breaks up a bit along the blue ridge but are getting some light to moderate snow in warren and clark counties and now just coming into northern fauquier county. and in southern maryland getting a few sprinkles. her is the winter weather advisory until 10:00 tonight and includes howard, montgomery, loudoun, northern fauquier, blue ridge, points west and north. and this is -- due to some accumulating snow coming from this weak low that's coming over us and temperatures where it is snowing are right near the freezing mark. little bit above. it is certainly melting there near 40 in washington. right near the bay. upper 30s in fairfax, montgomery, arlington, prince george's counties. we are going to con to see this low tracking on lou as we get in through the afternoon hours and going forward over the next 48 hours, this is the zone of potential snowfall here. and it does look like lit tape offer off by early thing even
harris as police announce another big development in his murder case. >>> loudoun county public schools says one family's children have been late more than 30 times in one year and now the parents are being summoned to court. i'm erica gonzalez with more on this story coming up. >> i think this was my favorite. the other big attraction last night the commercials. coming up viewers weigh in on the best of the [ female announcer ] they've been off limits to dieters since time began. not anymore. fiber one is bringing brownies back. at 90 calories, the only thing between you and chocolaty brownies... ♪ ...is a nicely designed package. ♪ you can have brownies again. fiber one 90 calorie brownies. in the granola bar aisle. caramel...pretzel 90 calorie bar. ♪ >>> jury selection began today in charlottesville in the murder trial of george huguely. most of the jurors were dismissed after it was determined they were unable to be impartial. huguely is the former uva la crosse star accused in the beating death of his ex-girlfriend yardly love. >> today the state department closed the u.s. em
shooting that left some people wondering if police used excessive force. >>> a loudoun county sheriff's office accused of going too far on a call and it is caught on camera. we have an update on a man who says he was roughed up so bad he may have permanent brain damage. [ male announcer ] juice drink too watery? ♪ feel the power my young friend. mmm! [ male announcer ] for excellent fruit and veggie nutrition... v8 v-fusion, also refreshing plus tea. could've had a v8. when you pour chunky beef with country vegetables soup over it... you can do dinner. four minutes, around four bucks. campbell's chunky. it's amazing what soup can do. droid razr by motorola. buy one for $199.99, get another one free. and back for a limited time, get twice the data for the same low price. verizon. >>> a river man has filed a lawsuit claiming a loud occupy county saps sheriff's deputy used excessive force. carlos garcia is shown here with his hands up. deputy terry daniel gets out of the car and knocks him to the ground from behind. sewers say deputy daniel's incident report stated the k-9 was going wi
't seem to get the kids to school on time. they've been late to zoo 30 times this year. loudoun county school officials say they are required to report it to the legal system. the family could face a $3,000 fine. the father is an attorney in d.c. he talked with fox 5's bob barnard and you will hear more for him coming up. >> i thank goodness for the bus because my mom would have had me late for school every day. >> i didn't have those options my mom was a teacher at the school. so of his get up, no choice. >> i walked to school. i guess i was in charge. >> you did make it on time? >> i guess so. i don't remember it being a problem. i don't remember my parents getting fined for it. >> or you getting yelled at it. so you must have been. >> grades were another story. let's get right to the forecast for today. a beautiful day. we've got sunshine back in the forecast. temperatures to go to the low to mid-50s. after a cool start, another nice one. 44 in washington. temperatures generally -- you know, honestly, they are all over the place. temperatures bouncing all over the place. we will all
, point south and east, near 40 degrees not the patches of green, sprinkles in loudoun, northern fauquier, coming into montgomery county. they may make it to fairfax and southern montgomery shortly. and by 9:00, we'll have the cloud cover and the fog dissipating, and sunshine breaking out, hitting the mid 50s this afternoon. sunrise at 6:57. sunset at 5:47. evening planner in ten minutes. at 6:21, i'll show the estimates of how much snow i think way may get sunday. joe? >> thank you very much. >>> breaking news on the beltway, a deadly crash on the inner loop near connecticut avenue is forcing drivers to get off to a very slow start this morning. let's go right to tracy will kin on the scene. >> reporter: good morning. we have major backups on the inner loop. i want you to see over my shoulder. the accident scene is right here. and then to the left, well, those are your backups. let me give you a closer look at the accident. i was just talking with officials who told me that the reconstruction team for the maryland state troopers has just arrived on the scene. so this investigation is jus
counties in maryland, panhandle of west virginia. just into northern and western loudoun county, too. as well as northern shenandoah valley. and farther to the west, there's steadier, heavier rain move information to west virginia with a little thunder and lightning and lightning. that may be arriving at noontime. we could get light rain around 9:00. we'll be in the 40s. by noon, mid 50s, maybe thunder and lightning with showers. the rain may taper a bit midday. by mid-afternoon, then coming back around 5:00 or 6:00. this evening, maybe more thunder and lightning with some of those downpours. we'll be in the 50s. tomorrow, a big change. sunshine back, a gusty northwest wind. highs reaching near 70. then cooler weather returns for friday with increasing clouds. friday nights into saturday, more rain. maybe some thunder and lightning and lightning saturday afternoon. then getting chilly, sun returning sunday, monday, tuesday. how's traffic? >>> good morning. if you're traveling westbound 450 at route one at the peace cross, right now the westbound lanes still blocked by the sinkhole th
. >>> a northern virginia man is suing a former loudoun county sheriff's deputy claiming he suffered a brain injury in an attack caught on video. carlos garcia says he had his hands in the air when deputy terry daniel hit him in the head and knocked him unconscious. the camera on the sheriff's deputy cruzzer recorded the 2009 incident and garcia filed the lawsuit two years later and in court yesterday. former deputy said he was trying to find a lawyer and would not comment on the case. >>> the u.s. supreme court justice breyer is back in the u.s. this morning. a masked man armed with a machete robbed him and his family while they vacationed in the caribbean. authorities say it happened inside of his vacation home on the island of nevis last thursday. no one was hurt. the robber did get away with about $1,000 in cash. many are questioning if he had security with him. >>> a bill moving through maryland general assembly could change the state's jury duty laws. the house is now taking up the legislation that would make it illegal for an employer to force you to report to work if you served jury duty th
along route 7 in loudoun county, megan mcgrath, news4. >> thank you, megan. >>> let's check on traffic conditions right now. we have the latest. >> good morning. hello, barbara. if you're taking the beltway, i'm not really seeing any major issues for you. here is a live look right now. the beltway as you make your way by route 50. i'll give you a travel speed, if this is your commute from i-95 on the inner loop to 50. you're at 59 miles per hour. and traveling in virginia, live look, traffic is quite nicely on the inner and outer loop. travel speeds for you, 60 miles per hour as you cross over the wilson bridge. that trip will take six minutes. barbara, back to you. >> thank you. talk to you again shortly. >>>. turning to the weather now and a quick warmup he have enjoyed this morning. tom kiran joins us. hey, tom. >> the winter that wasn't conditions. temperatures now around 50 degrees. that is way above the average high so far. and right now, at reagan national, 51. and across most of northern virginia now, it's hitting the low 50s. much of maryland now in the mid and upper 40s to ne
until closing time on sunday. >> loudoun county public school facing newe restrictions this upcoming valentine's day. >> they are not allowed to bring or candy to school unless first cleared with the teacher. the school sent a letter home the kids or the parents. >> they keep saying they are bad or something. things are just fine. what we want to do is make it celebration. celebration.fe they know that the school liable if thee child were given a food that he or she is allergic to. two days away from the big game, the super bowl. spoke with therl hera yesterday to talk out much-anticipated halftime performance. >> they asked her with a would choose to date. tom brady or eli manning? because he lives in new york. i don't want to waste gas. >> there were people lobbying eli. she assured reporters that she precautions to avoid malfunctions. she performed a little bits of salsa. exciting news conference. >> looking at 37 degrees. >> still ahead, roseanne barr for president. says it is no laughing matter. says it is no laughing matter. how [ snoring ] [ thunder crashes ] [ snoring ] [ thu
radar, snow showers across loudoun county, northern fairfax stretching into montgomery. none of this reaching the ground, may have snowflakes, drizzle, but now looking for much more overnight. things began to settle down as we move through the early morning into the afternoon. overnight into the afternoon the skies quickly clear. the high pressure settles in. sunshine later tomorrow afternoon, clearing skies tomorrow. the forecast overnight drizzle flurries cloudy and cold. no additional accumulation expected. 28-35 overnight. mittal 40's tomorrow, gradual clearing during the afternoon. the high pressure bringing in sunshine into the forecast monday and tuesday. the weak disturbance on wednesday will drop temperatures into the 40's, increased clouds, holding in the 40's the remainder of the upcoming work and school week. wjla.com, we have a do blog on how much snow fell at the local airports two years ago. if you want to relive it, we have some good pictures. >> i don't know if i want to do that. we want to turn to an incredible story of one dog's survival. a german shepherd
as well as fairfax, arlington, prince george's counties and montgomery county. howard county, loudoun, points north and west, near freezing or below freezing. and a little pit -- father south and east, lower southern maryland, in the upper 30s to near 40. and there is the sky over the last 12 hours. that dark gray area north of washington, a few lingering flurries. but those are quickly heading off to the east. as the day progresses, we will have increasing sunshine and during the afternoon, sunny. and where there was no snow, make it all the way up to around 50 degrees. but where that snow is on the ground, it's going to take a while to warm up. may hit the low 40s farther to the south. overnight tonight, sun set at 5:51. clear and chilly. down, in fact, down into the 30s by late evening. even colder by dawn tomorrow. we'll look at that, the week and weekend, that will be in ten minutes. danella has a look at traffic. good morning. >>> good morning, traveling bw parkway from the capital beltway to the baltimore beltway, no issues there. southbound travel speed for you, 71 miles per h
and he graduated from loudoun valley high in 2002. four years later, he graduated from the u.s. naval academy. he was recently engaged to his long time girlfriend and he was looking forward to his deployment in afghanistan this spring. our condolences to the quinn family. >> well the notion of better safe than sorry has done a number of the maryland snow removal budget. the state set aside $37 million. so far, they plowed through 30 million of that. yeah, we know. western maryland has seen 7 feet of snow, but the rest of the state, almost none at all. maryland state highway spokesman says the crews are placed on the clock whenever there's forecast for possible snow and they get paid, even when the snow never shows up. that smoke man talked by phone with our bruce leshan. >> this happens to be 95% of the time it didn't materialize. i would rather talk about this than why did you -- how could you not have seen that one coming? >> and we did do some checking. northern virginia has spent less than half of it snow budget. d.c. has spent just over half. >> this is a new tool to help ta
montgomery, loudoun, howard county and points north and west. and northern fauquier county. all of these areas could have accumulating snow. temperatures are near freezing now or below freezing in montgomery, arlington, fairfax, and prince george's counties. and much of southern maryland, though, is above freezing near the bay. away from the waters, near freezing. shenandoah valley out of the mountains near the freezing mark, as well. it's going to play a key role here because road temperatures are still a bit above freezing. but as we take a look at the view from space, we are seeing a storm system beginning to close in. it is producing light snow now in southern ohio, into kentucky, southern indiana. that is going to be coming our way. here's your day planner. sunrise at 7:08. and we'll have the cloud cover thickening as the morning goes on. by noontime, light snow developing around the metro area. earlier around the shenandoah valley and blue ridge. the snow may become more moderate by late afternoon and pile up. i'll show you the snow accumulation forecast map coming up and
to the north and west of us. that's where the high wind watch is. frederick county north and west. loudoun county north and west. but even in the metro area winds will be 40 an 50 miles an hour. time frame highest winds should be between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. it will snow west of the divide tomorrow night and we mentioned this earlier. no tt a bad weekend to go -- not a bad weekend to go skiing this weekend as long as you go west. overnight mostly cloudy, breezy and mild. yes, a shower or thunderstorm possible. lows only 50-55. and those easterly winds are going to kick and become southwesterly at 10-20. and when that happens, you'll know the warm front is through us. early shower possible tomorrow morning. then partly sunny, windy and mild. 50s and 60s. winds west, southwest at 15-25 and gusty. we are looking at a high wind watch again frederick county north and west. loudoun county north and west. we have a high wind warning west of the divide. that means winds will be 60, 65 miles an hour. nothing in the metro area. but winds are going to be 40-50 whether they issue the advisory or no
. there is a wintry advisory 10:00 west and noon closer to town. it covers montgomery, loudoun, frederick county. these areas we're looking at picking up a little bit of snow, especially the grassy surfaces. mainly rain south and east of town. in washington a trace to an inch at most. that inch is going to be closer to gaithersburg or maybe toward eastern loudoun county. some of these areas you get toward frederick, one to two inches, possibly four in the mountains. let's throw it over to monika samtani. >> we've had two pretty big situations this morning and early on as well. good morning, everybody. i'm going to start off with northeast d.c. where there's been a serious accident. it happened just before 1:00 this morning on the inbound side of new york avenue right here near florida avenue, involves a tractor-trailer and to other vehicles. tons of emergency equipment on the scene. i'm going to show you a live look from our traffic land camera where you can just about see what's going on ahead here and the lanes blocked on new york avenue. what they're doing on the westbound side is detouring y
snow expected off to the north and west. loudoun county, montgomery county, they are under a winter weather advisory. generally about 10:00 and noon, it will be in effect until about 8:00 tonight. not expecting a lot of snow but we could get in light accumulations, maybe an inch here in the immediate washington area and then when you get off north and west, maybe 2 inches. if you are well off to the north and west into portions of west virginia arrest far northern maryland, you could see up to 3 inches. anywhere from a trace to about 3 inches up towards the pennsylvania border. south and east, mostly rain but it could even mix with snow for you. grassy surfaces would be the only places it would accumulate there. this is a tip we'll system for the washington area where we get a little bit of effect. -- this is a typical system for the washington area where we get a little bit of everything. you can see temperatures will start to fall as that column of air cools later today. more details on the forecast in just a minute. >> thank you. >>> time to check in with julie wright and see wha
. loudoun county, montgomery, frederick, carroll. this goes into effect later this morning through the evening hours for a little bit of snow. we'll talk about that in a moment. the bus stop forecast, mostly cloudy, chilly this morning. temperatures in the 30s. some areas have actually dipped into the upper 20s but about 30 for the low spots. sunrise 7:08. no problems this morning. the day planner, we've got clouds. 38 at 8:00. noon 38. a mix of some rain and snow. most of the precip at noon will still be north and west of d.c. by the middle of the afternoon, here comes the snow. 37. 37 and snow, it's melting on the road surfaces. as we get into the evening hours, we'll still be looking at snow at 8:00 p.m. maybe 36 in town. north and west especially after dark, that's when we could run into a couple of those slick spots. we're looking at snow and rain across parts of west virginia. i-79 as it marches to the east. this gives you a timetable. still going to be several more hours before we have to deal with it out west. temperatures in luray and hagerstown, winchester freezing or bel
the frederick and washington county line toward loudoun county and the northern shenandoah valley. the bulk of the rain is much farther west and north, up near pittsburgh and down toward eastern part of ohio and southern ohio. there's some heavier downpours there, too. those will be moving in by later today. that will be by 9:00 or 10:00. and by noontime, we'll certainly have the rain around. between now and then we'll stay in the 40s. sunrise at 6:41. rainy and milder, around 60 by this afternoon. the evening planner in ten minutes. back to you. >> thank you very much. >>> 4:32. breaking news in prince george's county. a sinkhole is affecting traffic right now in bladensburg. >> news4's tracee wilkins has more. what do you see out there? >> reporter: good morning. let me show you what's going on behind me. we have wssc here on the scene trying to take care of the situation. yes, they do have a sinkhole. and it's right there at bladensburg road where it intersects with route 1. what you'll have to do because they have the road closed off, is going to the right and head north on route 1. the
and even out as you get to washington. western loudoun, percyville for example. >> what about fauquier? how did they end up? >> what about alexandria? >> it starts, i'm sorry, why did you guys close? i don't get it. >> you never really said it was going to be you know on a scale of 1 to 5. >> roads wet, roads wet and that's generally what we had. we didn't get the snow as much but we had the wet roads. i mean -- all right, you got a snow day. make up later in the year i suppose. let's get moving. let's get moving here with the bus stop forecast. page county is on a delay this morning from what i understand in the shenandoah valley. two hour delay for them. the rest of us we're looking pretty good. partly to mostly sunny. upper 20s to lower 30s and sun setting at 5:38 this afternoon and today -- i didn't change the bandaged. the snow is gone and we're looking at sunshine and temperatures will make it to the mid- and upper 40s. low 40s at lunchtime and about 43, 44 for the drive home. 35 right now in washington. we've got 32 in winchester and cumberland. luray 31 and hagerstown at 27 because
and the dulles toll road, quiet coming out of loudoun county. metro well as normal service systemwide. back to you. >> thank you. yesterday we had the cold weather. warming up a little today. >> we had a blanket of clouds move over as while we slept. that kept temperatures from falling much. not a bad start. we have a beautiful full moon. a snow moon. >> amazing. >> it will set in 25 minutes. get outside and look to the west. bob ryan did a great blog and explained why it looks so big when it is rising above the verizon, which we saw yesterday evening, even though it's farther away from the earth than when is high in the sky. so you can go to wjla.com or scam the qr code on your screen. it works best in hd. 44 degrees downtown, 27 in manassas, 39 in modesto, 37 in frederick. we had widespread 20's yesterday. not as cold. still a chill in the air. there are the clouds that have now moved into the aladdin. we will have clear skies and total sunshine through the day. this afternoon will look and feel much like yesterday afternoon with highs in the low to mid '50's. -- clouds have moved into t
. tomorrow 52, a chance of an isolated sprinkle northwest of the metro, mainly the potomac highlands. loudoun and frederick county could have a few drops tomorrow afternoon with trace accumulations. a taste of spring by thursday and friday, well into the 60s by then. we have a chance of rain with the warmer air that will move into town. best chance of rain will be friday and starting on thursday. >> traffic is increasing, but we anticipate light volume for the morning rush hour on this federal holiday. newschopper 7 is looking at traffic in bethesda over 270 where it merges with the beltway, emerging towards old georgetown road towards navy medical, looking good. 27 sao0 of democracy boulevard and across the american legion bridge, no problems. the will of a look at va if in less than 10 minutes. >> if you would like to avoid getting a ticket while riding on metro, don't drink. 97% of the hundred tickets written by transit police last year were for drinking and driving. -- and riding. >> two movies battling for the weekend box office crown. >> and what santorum said that has the white house
of an arrest made by a loudoun county deputy. it appeared to show a deputy terry daniel hit carlos garcia in the back of the head while his hands were in their air. garcia says the punch knocked him unconscious and left him with brain damage. >> the prosecution still presenting evidence in charlottesville will likely present new evidence in the case subscript george huguely -- in the case of lacrosse player dar-- lacrosse player george huguely. >> of torrance a pathologist who conducted yeardley love's autopsy testified and described his findings that showed interest to the neck. this is key evidence and was displayed on before the jury to see. seven men and seven women on the jury sat in silence as their account is of a frightening letter george huguely wrote to yeardley love. the letter and an e-mail where he allegedly said why should killed you were presented. the judge said because of the courtroom designed with the jury seated beneath the judge's bench, the witnesses had their back to the spectators so no one else in the courtroom to exceed the content, not even the families. the med
and especially in the potomac highlands we have the chance of an isolated sprinkle. even frederick and loudoun county could have a few drops later this evening but not a good chance. better chance friday morning. here's the forecast, 53 this afternoon, breezy at times today. best chance of rain is friday morning, but you could see a few sprinkles tomorrow and thursday. 68 degrees by thursday. >> moving at speed around the beltway. no accidents to report as far as interstate travel. zooming in right now 95to 95. no problems. kenilworth avenue looks good as well as new york avenue and rhode island ave. a nice ride in virginia. 66 and 95, giving you the green light. growing volume, normal travel times between washington and baltimore. back to you. >> thank you. 5:21 26 degrees in hyattsville. >> coming up next, not a good morning for the owner of the capitals and the wizards as their teams lose big. when the capitals season turned south. >> one of tv's biggest stars. please welcome courteney cox. >> five and a half to go for uconn. 4>> game winning shot from uconn. made it look like it was an 18-
the beltway looks good through montgomery county. al to louthan county, and that is the green wave -- loudoun county, and that is the greenway. >> we have a few areas of light rain possible in the forecast. from now all the way -- it will be highly isolated and fairly windy as well. take a look at live super doppler. a sprinkle of approaching winchester and falling -- falling apart moving eastern. 46 and frederick. a very mild start to the day. well into the 60's on the way. talking about 68 for the high locally. a lot of the cooler in the potomac highlands, 62 in cumberland. saturday, cooling down to the upper 40's for the weekend. >> six months after the east coast earthquake hit the washington national cathedral has finally raised enough money to start the repairs. but the church still have a long way to go. officials say donations totaled about $2 million but they need another $18 million to finish the project. those repairs could take as long as 10 years. it is now 6:11 a.m. this thursday morning. >> coming up, why your tax refund could take longer to arrive. >> of the sexual harassment
. a few sprinkles across northern virginia including fauquier, prince william, fairfax, loudoun, and across the president obapotomac, montgomery county, howard county getting sprinkles. panhandle of west virginia, too. sprinkles around the central blue ridge heading east. temperatures now are in the low to mid 50s in fairfax, arlington, montgomery, prince george's county and the district of columbia. mid to upper 50s near the bay yaurts. farther to the west, too, 50s in the blue ridge, shenandoah valley, into the mountains. sunrise at 7:15. in the day planner, there's a lingering chance of a sprinkle around mid morning. then mostly cloudy. mid 50s still. then we'll get a little sun breaking out around noontime. ought to hit the low 60s. for a brief time again today like yesterday, ought to hit the mid to upper 60s. the middle of the afternoon. overnight tonight, here's your evening planner. sun set's at 5:29. we'll have a partly cloudy start to the evening. clouding up by midnight. down into the low 50s by then. could get some rain tomorrow. we'll look at that, friday, and the w
virginia have dipped into the 30s. now in loudoun county, prince william, fauquier, culpeper, down into the low to mid 30s there. elsewhere, in the 30s to near 40 degrees including shenandoah valley and western maryland. the panhandle of western maryland, in the upper 30s there. and in west virginia, many locations near 40. here's your day planner for this wednesday. sunrise at 6:51. we'll have sunshine this morning. and then during the afternoon, becoming cloudy. a bit of a blustery wind coming from the south. we'll have it warming to near 60. overnight, we'll be down to near 50 by midnight. by then, we might have light rain falling. we'll look at that, the week and weekend in ten minutes. danella, how's traffic? >>> good morning, traveling along i-270, we'll take the trip together and fly over it. not seeing problems northbound. but southbound, as well, nice and clear. heading out of clarksburg, 71 miles per hour in germantown. continuing southbound into rockville, 67 miles per hour as you pass falls road. no problems connecting to the beltway. and traveling over the memorial bri
:00. >>> tonight parents face charges for failing to get their kids to school on time. loudoun county school officials say it happened dozens of times this school year and now they're being called to court. fox 5's bob barnard has that story. >> reporter: sophie, daisy and tucker dennacor look like american kids living the american dream except for the fact their parents have been charged with a crime for not getting the kids to school on time. >> i think it's using a sledgehammerrer to kill a fly of. >> reporter: mark dennicor is a washington lawyer. he leaves their home in waterford, virginia, northwest of leesburg before dawn. amy is responsible for getting the kids to school. waterford elementary, about a mile down the road. >> well, i understand their concern that they're basically running a train and they want all the kids in the train station before the train leaves. i understand that. it's a legitimate concern and we're always working to try to address those issues and try to make sure that we're there on time and we try to teach our kids being prompt is important. but, you know, w
and west of town. some folks toward frederick or hagerstown or winchester, loudoun, northern loudoun, some of those areas that have an elevation, they may get that one to for-inch total, that isolated one -- one it two inch total, that isolated one. we have temperatures in the low 30s, some in the 40s. so a big range this morning. sun is coming up at 7:09. sets at about 5:35 this evening. we are looking at sunshine all day so we've got a good looking sunrise and sunset. noontime temperature 49. high near 55 with a 5:00 p.m. temperature of 52. average high is about 45, 46. so we're still doing really well. nice again today. light snow and rain tomorrow. that rain will be south and east of town that will happen in the afternoon and evening. then be out of here by tomorrow night. roads though i expect them to stay mostly wet from this because they are warm and it will be in the upper 30s tomorrow to near 40 degrees for a high. so it would really have to snow heavily to overcome the warmth. i don't see that happening. a trace to an inch most areas on the grass that is. as i said, isolated spot
. and in montgomery, loudoun, fairfax, howard counties, northern prince george's counties in the mid 30s, low 30s in southern maryland. over the last 12 hours, cloud cover has thinned out. now, take a look at this map. here's your day planner. sunrise 6:54. we'll have temperatures in the mid 30s through mid morning. we'll have a blustery wind with increasing sunshine, the wind will diminish. this afternoon's high reaching near 50. overnight down to the upper 30s. tomorrow, near 50 again after a cold start. but a mild trend for wednesday, thursday, friday. around 60 or so each day. could get rain friday. then the weekend, chilly again. sun returns. danella, how's traffic? >>> really good if you're about to head out and hit the roadway. a live look taking the beltway at route 1. not seeing any issue for you, traveling from i-95 to route 50, you're at 61 miles per hour. traveling in virginia at the occoquan on i-95, again in this area, very light. getting just a little busy as you head northbound. but not seeing anything in the roadways for you. we have a really good travel speed. 61 miles per hour,
for the upper part of the county, howard, loudoun, northern fauquier, the whole 81 corridor and the mountains. those winter weather advisories are in effect or will be going into effect over the next few hours. at the bus stop this morning, it's quiet. clouds are building. temperatures are mainly in the 30s. a few spots have even dipped into the upper 20s and the sunrise although i don't think we'll see it at 7:08. had the full moon last night and we got to see some of it before clouds started to move in. we do have snow coming today but not until later. maybe not even until early afternoon here in washington. 38 degrees by 11:00. we'll see a slow drop off of temps this afternoon as the snow falls. but with temperatures above freezing and northeast winds 5 to 10 miles an hour, i really think the road surfaces are going to stay mainly wet. i don't know if you noticed but they put down the brian solution in a lot -- brine solution in a lot of areas. the stripes in the roads, those were treated yesterday. so no problems this afternoon. light show and rain in southern maryland. critical time betw
and maryland. the nearby counties in fauquier, loudoun, montgomery, howard counties, all of this coming from a storm system that is spreading snow into western west virginia. western pennsylvania and getting closer to us as the day progresses. it's a cold morning. down to near freezing from the mountains all the way to the bay except right near the bay waters and tidal president obaotomac. here's the day planner, there's capitol hill. and we'll have just a cloudy morning. maybe a few scattered flurries this morning. but any accumulating snow won't get going until later this afternoon. once that starts we'll drop from near 40 at noontime and hold steady near the freezing mark, a little above as the snow gets heavier by later this afternoon. we'll be taking a look at your evening planner, that will be coming up in ten minutes. at 5:11. now, let's go back to eun and joe. >> thank you. >>> we have breaking news now in northeast d.c. >> new york avenue is shut down in both directions because of a serious accident there. news4's tracee wilkins is on the scene with more. good morning. >> reporter:
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